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THE INTERNATIONAL CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL 2020 IS CANCELLED DUE TO THE ESCALATION OF THE SITUATION SURROUNDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19).   Over 350,000 Yoshino cherry trees, 10-days filled with festive activities, and endless opportunities to snap the perfect shot for your Instagram. The International Cherry Blossom Festival, happening March 27 - April 5, makes for the perfect backdrop for your next post.

June marks the beginning of African American Music Appreciation month, originally proclaimed Black Music Month by President Jimmy Carter on June 7, 1979 and later given its’ current name by former President Barack Obama in his 2016 proclamation. Macon is excited to celebrate and participate in such a strong musical heritage the entire month of June! Here are some things to do.

Top Events in Macon, Georgia for 2018

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 8:00 AM

Macon has earned the nickname, “The Festival Capital of Georgia” and for good reasons. This Southern city’s events scene begins to bloom each spring, along with its 350,000 Yoshino cherry trees—it’s the cherry blossom capital of the world— and the fun continues all year long.